Tritium density keeps increasing beside groundwater bypass wells / 34,000,000 Bq/m3 from the latest data

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Related to this article.. 1,000,000 Bq/m3 of Tritium measured from groundwater bypass well / Highest level ever [URL]


Tritium density is also increasing upstream of the groundwater bypass wells.

From Fukushima Diary’s research, at least it has been rising since 11/30/2013, it was 34,000,000 Bq/m3 on 12/26/2013. It jumped up over 3 times within a month as the graph shows below.

The measuring point is downstream of where the tank area that experienced 225m3 of leakage. (cf, 225 m3 of contaminated rain water leaked / Possibly absorbed by the ground already [URL 2])

It’s showing the obvious increasing trend, but Tepco has made none of the announcement, also none of the press has covered it.

Tritium density keeps increasing beside groundwater bypass wells / 34,000,000 Bq/m3 from the latest data



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Français :

Aux puits de dérivation le tritium grimpe toujours : selon les derniers relevés, 34 000 000 (34 millions) Bq/m³
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Article lié : 1 000 000 (un million) Bq/m³ de tritium dans les eaux souterraines de la dérivation / Record absolu

La concentration en tritium augmente aussi en amont des puits de dérivation.

Selon les recherches du Fukushima Diary, elle monte depuis au moins le 30 novembre 2013, on en était à  34 000 000 (34 millions) Bq/m³ le 26 décembre 2013. Elle s’est multi0pilée par plus de 3 en un mois, comme le montre le graphique ci-dessous.
Le point de relevé est en aval de la zone qui a connu la fuite des 225 m³. (cf. Une fuite de 225 m³ d’eau de pluie radioactive / Sans doute déjà absorbée par le sol)
La tendance à l’augmentation est flagrante mais Tepco n’a fait aucune annonce et personne ne l’a relevé non plus dans la presse.
Tritium density keeps increasing beside groundwater bypass wells / 34,000,000 Bq/m3 from the latest data

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2 Responses to “Tritium density keeps increasing beside groundwater bypass wells / 34,000,000 Bq/m3 from the latest data”

  1. Paveway IV says:

    Tritium isn’t as radioactive as most other radionuclides, but it has profound effects on our bodies. Natural tritium in surface water (before nuclear testing) was less than a Bq/l.

    Tritium’s decay damages living organisms three ways:

    1) It decays by releasing an extremely fast-moving electron – a beta particle. That bounces off of other molecules to lose energy and eventually becomes a ‘normal’ free electron. While it bounces around, a tritium beta will damage maybe 2000 other chemical bonds – proteins, enzymes, DNA, etc. It will only bounce around for a half-micron or so from the decay, which is much less than a cell’s diameter. So the 2000 chemical bonds it disrupts are likely to be in the same or adjacent cells.

    2) One decay product is 3He – light helium, or an energetic helium missing a couple of electrons. It will aggressively pull electrons from other molecules, creating free radicals until enough energy has been dissipated.

    3) The other product is the OH free radical (oxygen – hydrogen) molecule fragment. Extremely damaging in its own right, and usually turned into hydrogen peroxide through biological processes.

    Tritium may not have much radioactive energy or penetrating power, but it has way more than enough to overcome the (relatively) far weaker chemical bonds in your cells. When it does decay, it has a better chance to destroy chemical bonds in multiple structures (including DNA) to a few nearby cells.

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